Olympiacos F.C.

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Olympiacos
Olympiakos cfp c. 1927-1929.jpg
Full nameP.A.E. Olympiacos C.F.P.
Nickname(s)Legent, "Red and whites"
Founded1925
GroundKaraiskakis Stadium,
Piraeus, Attica, Greece
Capacity33,500
ChairmanVangelis Marinakis
ManagerPedro Martins
LeagueSuper League Greece
2021/221st (Champions)

P.A.E. Olympiacos C.F.P. is a football club which plays in Greece. The club based in Piraeus, Greece. The colours of Olympiacos is red and white and its emblem is an adolescent with a crown made of laurel, representing an ancient Olympic Games winner. It is the most successful Greek team. Up to 2021-22 season they have won forty-seven League titles, twenty-eight Greek Cups and four Greek Super Cups, more titles than any other Greek team and it is one of the three teams that have never been relegated from the first division.

The club's stadium is the newly rebuilt Karaiskakis Stadium in Piraeus, Attica. Olympiacos is the most popular Greek club with around two and a half million fans in Greece and was placed ninth on the list with the most paid up members in the world in 2006, having 83,000 registered members as of April 2006. They share a great and long-standing rivalry with Panathinaikos.

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